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You're frustrated, tense, unhappy or hurt and you just see red. Suddenly you're out of control, lashing out with your words or even fists. It's a situation that causes problems for most of us at some point; but loss of temper can end relationships and careers.
Here's a wildly simple, profoundly interesting question: At what age are you happiest? According to a recent survey, the answer is 33.
Friends Reunited, a U.K. website, found that 70 percent of respondents over the age of 40 said they did not find true happiness until they were 33 years old.
Bones, facial shape, even skin tone have an impact on whether you'll look your age.
Our life is full of routines. We get up at the same time every day, we get ready for the day the same way, and we take the same route to work. Most of our work days are filled with routines as well. We come home, have dinner and go to bed at the same time.
Despite people's physical health deteriorating as they age, researchers from Warwick Medical School found that mental wellbeing actually improves.
Be grateful. “Gratitude is one of the best tools to boost your mood,” Belic says. “Thank someone who did something for you with a handwritten note, even if it’s just a few sentences long.” The act of writing the message adds happiness to your life for days. If you send the note, you extend the joy even longer (as you anticipate the letter arriving in their mailbox). And if they thank you back?
There are so many health and beauty products available in the stores. We see so many advertisements that promote ways to make us look good and feel great about ourselves. Some people choose products to cover imperfections, while others pay for cosmetic surgery.
Do you want to lead a happy, successful and balanced life, yet often find you lack the energy, time and motivation to do everything you'd like? Sometimes the choices you make lead you even further away from goals. Following are ten practical and do-able suggestions for guiding your daily choices.
Streamline your workouts, your morning makeup, even your resolution list. Here are eight New Year tips on how to look better and improve your health for 2012.
1. Eat a light meal in the evening. Instead of eating a huge dinner keep it light at night, have a breakfast rich in vitamins and energy-boosting nutrients. An evening meal that’s too rich can easily damage the quality of your sleep and keep your body in action to digest it all. And a good restful sleep will always be your best ally against tiredness.